I'm French, but he is American.

USAGE NOTE
Although the term "American" ("americano") may refer to people from North, Central, and South America, it's most commonly used to refer to someone from the United States.
I'm French, but he is American.(
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frehnch
 
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (he is of U.S. origin)
a. Soy francés, pero él es estadounidense.
Are you two from the United States? - I'm French, but he is American.¿Los dos son de los Estados Unidos? - Soy francés, pero él es estadounidense.
b. Soy francés, pero él es americano.
I'm French, but he is American. He's from South Carolina.Soy francés, pero él es americano. Es de Carolina del Sur.
2. (he is of American origin)
a. Soy francés, pero él es americano.
I'm French, but he is American. He is from Paraguay.Soy francés, pero él es americano. Es de Paraguay.
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